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Chisel Posted on 17/05/2016 12:57
Edited On: 17/05/2016 13:32North Sea Producer
 
Sails today at 1:30pm.....the tugs are at work.

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Chisel Posted on 17/05/2016 13:02

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Correction, it has now left the riverside.
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Muttley Posted on 17/05/2016 13:03

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A quick tug and it's off. Typical.
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wilkinson37 Posted on 17/05/2016 13:10

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Ill be sad to see it go ! its definitely a lucky omen
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Oberon Posted on 17/05/2016 14:15

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Bon voyage!

Link: Tugged away
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LTS_3 Posted on 17/05/2016 14:17

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Thanks for posting that, quite sad to see it go tbh, my two young lads loved going to see it
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Anton_Berg Posted on 17/05/2016 14:21

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I liked it, it's so steam-punk.

Some people will be happy because it was rusty and oily and this was causing embarassment in front of away fans.
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Cleveleyssmoggie Posted on 17/05/2016 14:28

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Quick dash to south gare if you want to grab a last look. [:D]
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LowKey Posted on 17/05/2016 14:29

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anyone know where it is going? are they going to run it up the beach in Bangladesh? [:D]
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Cleveleyssmoggie Posted on 17/05/2016 14:32

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Top secret, they say it is going to Nigeria, but it needs a lot of work doing to be useable.

Looks like the Big tug making fast now.
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Oberon Posted on 17/05/2016 14:40

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LTS_3, at least she hung around long enough to see the party [^]
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Jonny_Rondos_Disco_pants Posted on 17/05/2016 14:46

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Probably be a decoy for the Nigerian terrorists attacking all the O&G installations.

Seriously though, I reckon it may be used as a floating storage unit. Must hold 400,000 barrells.
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Jonny_Rondos_Disco_pants Posted on 17/05/2016 17:01

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It hasn't left the Tees yet. Rope has tangled around the tug propeller.
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Chisel Posted on 17/05/2016 17:10

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Oh dear, maybe she wants another season at the Riverside [^][fb][smi]
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japsterbor0 Posted on 17/05/2016 17:18

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"I liked it, it's so steam-punk."

Do you also subscribe to www.steampunksex.com? Great to meet a fellow member, we are a rare bread.[^]
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Anton_Berg Posted on 17/05/2016 17:32

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www.steampunksex.com

New one on me. It thought it was like Trekkies or Dr Who enthusiasts!
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Cleveleyssmoggie Posted on 17/05/2016 21:10

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Tug AIS has her heading for Walvis Bay, which is Namibia. There is nothing there so I guess it is a fuel stop on the way to the Far East.
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PRIORYMAN Posted on 17/05/2016 21:14

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The Champion Ship [:D]
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mowgli69 Posted on 17/05/2016 21:18

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I hear it is heading to Africa to an unnamed company
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Cleveleyssmoggie Posted on 10/06/2016 15:06

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She is now south of the equator, still heading towards Walvis Bay.

Nigeria now abaft the beam.

Suspect a bit of misinformation regarding her final destination. As we saw from the Ghost Ships and the Clemenceau, scrapping can get the environmentalists knickers in a twist.
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MIKEY_B Posted on 10/06/2016 19:43

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I bet its a beach break in bangladesh
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MawTheMerrier Posted on 10/06/2016 19:59

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It's a metaphor for the oil industry. It's finished.

Windmills are the future [^]

Clean, green and cr ap day rates [sad]
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FMTTM-armchair-revolutionary-front Posted on 10/06/2016 21:45
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"I bet its a beach break in bangladesh"

Not a chance. Bangladesh is one of those countries with appalling workers rights and dangerous working conditions. Me, Borocelt and the rest of FARF would never have allowed it. We would have organised a protest to force the owners into using an appropriate EU port where safe EU working conditions would followed to the letter.
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Ingleby_Flash Posted on 10/06/2016 21:48

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Like Able?. Easier trip.

Abaft - nice to hear a proper sailing term on here.
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Bobby_Braithwaite Posted on 11/06/2016 10:49

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"scrapping can get the environmentalists knickers in a twist."

By the sounds of it you're one on those who thinks of profits and fv(k the consequences. I'd fear for future generations with too many around thinking like that.

I'm not getting my knickers in a twist but do think jobs need doing safely and if it costs so be it. Maybe it's about time large multi national corporations started accepting their obligations fully instead of making statements in public that they have no intention of following through on.
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MIKEY_B Posted on 11/06/2016 13:15

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And I want a unicorn for my birthday
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Cleveleyssmoggie Posted on 10/08/2016 11:14

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As the new season is about to start for the Boro, the NSP is approaching her final destination this weekend.

She is scheduled to arrive in Chittagong this weekend under the tow of the Terasea Hawk after fuel stops in Namibia and Mauritius.

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Cleveleyssmoggie Posted on 19/11/2019 23:14

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Update.

Link: Link
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Anton_Berg Posted on 20/11/2019 14:43

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'High levels of radiation'!

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CasinoGrande Posted on 20/11/2019 15:15

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Looks like a Maersk vessel in the background.

I did a job off that beach, it's quite a sight.
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AlbertoBongaloid Posted on 20/11/2019 17:01

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I wondered why the fans in the North stand were glowing like ready brek kids
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myfooty Posted on 20/11/2019 17:17
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Lets hope that those behind this get the punishment they deserve.
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BoroBerk Posted on 20/11/2019 19:45

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So they towed it past a perfectly good breakers yard, then half way round the world to Bangladesh for it to be ripped to bits on a beach by what amounts to a slave labour work force.
Too many blind eyes being turned at all levels including big business and government. Needs to be accountability for such actions with heavy fines meted out. Fck the environment when it comes to making money.
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go_nads Posted on 20/11/2019 20:23

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I thought the Swedish government were all over this. Donít think it had anything to do with the UK did it?
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